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Davis CDJR Yulee

MONTHLY MEMBER'S MEETING   POSTPONED UNTIL JANUARY

We meet the 1st Tuesday of each month at the

Fernandina Beach Golf Club

2800 Bill Melton Rd. FB

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Jeep Poker Run

Clay County, FL 

Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020

8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Hosted by Special Olympics Florida

Veteran's Day Parade

Downtown Fernandina Beach
Saturday, November 7

THANK YOU VETERANS!

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6th Annual KRAWL'N FOR THE FALLEN
Florida International Rally & Motorsport Park (The FIRM)
Starke, FL
November 14-15
Krawl'n for The Fallen is an offload 4x4 charity event raising money for the families of fallen officers #backtheblue.

GREAT TIME- lots of muddy trails!

2020 South Georgia Jeep Jam

Kingsland, GA

Saturday, Nov. 21 10 am-6 pm

The South Georgia Jeep Jam will be held during the 38th annual Catfish Festival. Featuring top choice activities for Jeepers Shine & Grime Jeep show, industry vendors, food trucks and live music. 

Best stock & best modified awards in all categories. Shine & Grime winners will receive great prize packages full of giveaways, swat and more!  All winners will be published in Camden Lifestyle Magazine, the overall "People's Choice Award" Jeep winner will also receive a professional photoshoot and magazine editorial feature.

LEEPERZ JEEPERZ

has been rescheduled for

Saturday, April 10, 2021.

CLICK HERE FOR LEEPERZ JEEPERZ

EVENT & REG INFORMATION

Keep Nassau Beautiful used a donation by Eight Flags Jeep Club to help plant a 30-gal river birch on the picnic grounds of local VFW Post #4351. Our Jeep Club is proud to help support both the VFW and Keep Nassau Beautiful!

Adopt-A-Roadway Clean-up

Next Clean-up- January

Once again, it's time to work with Keep Nassau Beautiful and clean up our bit of the roadway on Amelia Island Parkway between the roundabout at 14th & Buccaneer Trail. Meet at the grassy area at roughly the halfway point. We will provide safety vests, litter pickers & garbage bags. Please wear sturdy work shoes & bring work gloves if you have them.

 

Come on out for an hour or so & be a part of the Eight Flags Jeep Club Clean-up Crew! Breakfast after the clean-up for all Jeep Club volunteers.

Aftermarket Jeep & Truck Accessories

450124 FL-200, Callahan FL 32011

904-710-2827

Ask for Travis

Another great job by our Clean-up Crew- 800 pounds of litter- the largest roadway cleanup event in 2020!

Visit club member Ed Richtsteig's 

Southeast Jeep Event and Info Forum

https://www.facebook.com/groups/firstcoastjeepoffroaders/

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The 2020 Fernandina Beach

Lighted Christmas Parade is 

back on! 

Saturday, December 5 at 6 p.m.

 

Members- please let Laura know ASAP if you are interested! 

CANCELLED 

Thank you to the Southeast GA Jeep Club for hosting & allowing us to attend the "Mattie's Mission" charity event at Laura S. Walker State Park & Jeep Run thru  Dixon Memorial WMAin Waycross. We had a great time!

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We found some mud out at Cary State Forest!

2020 International Coastal Clean-up

Saturday, Sept. 19 - 8:00 am

International Coastal Clean-up Day is celebrated around the world the third Saturday of each September and is one of the largest volunteer efforts for our ocean, waves and beaches.

Eight Flags Jeep Club will be cleaning at AMERICAN BEACH in cooperation with Keep Nassau Beautiful and the Ocean Conservancy. Wear your club t-shirt and meet directly on the beach. Litter pickers and garbage bags will be provided. Be sure to bring water to hydrate.

Rainy, windy and the tide came up almost to the dunes, but we tried! Thanks to everyone who braved the weather to volunteer.

Eight Flags Jeep Club has taken a stand and joined hundreds of other Jeep enthusiasts by becoming an official "Tread Lightly!" member to keep the outdoors healthy, open and accessible and to promote safe and responsible four-wheeling.

TREAD PRINCIPLES:

Travel Responsibly on land by staying on designated roads, trails and area.

Respect the Rights of Others including private property owners, all recreational trail users, campers & others so they can enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed.

Educate Yourself prior to your trip by obtaining travel maps and regulations from public agencies.

Avoid Sensitive Areas on land such as meadows, lake shores, wetlands & streams.  Stay on designated routes.

Do Your Part by modeling appropriate behavior, leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste, minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread of invasive species and repairing degraded areas.